This is one crazy crocodile video.I bet the last thing this dude was worried about when jumping off the platform was getting attacked by a crocodile. Watch how close its gets to taking this poor
the accompnt of an Australian-accented announcer, a bungee jump over a river by a personage named “Big Doug” that ends in tragedy when Big Doug’s head is bitten off by a crocodile who
Or try it, but replace the crocodile by sheep or bunny. Crocodile Bungee Jumping A sport of suicide If you want to do it, you have to know some thing. If you try this sport, you can broke your leg, be eat (all your body or just some parts) be a crocodile ! Or the rope can broke and you falling down and you drown or eat like a said before
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Jan 09, 2012 · A woman has plunged into crocodile-infested waters after her bungee rope snapped. Erin Langworthy had jumped from the Victoria Falls bridge above the Zambezi River, when the cord snapped in two.
This story was first published on December 4th, 2009. This video, which has been circulating via email, social networking, and video sharing sites for several years, supposedly shows a terrible bungee jumping accident in which the unfortunate jumper has his head snapped off by a large crocodile as he nears the water at the end of his jump.
An Australian woman has survived with only injuries after her cord broke during a 111-meter bungee jump over crocodile-infested waters on the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe.
A woman has plunged into crocodile-infested waters after her bungee rope snapped. Erin Langworthy had jumped from the Victoria Falls bridge above the Zambezi River, when the cord snapped in two.
This video shows 22-year-old Australian tourist Erin Langworthy bungee jumping from the Victoria falls bridge, 364 feet (111 meters) over the Zambesi River.
Bungee jumping (/ ˈ b ʌ n dʒ iː /; also spelled "bungy" jumping, which is the usual spelling in New Zealand and several other countries) is an activity that involves jumping from a tall structure while connected to a large elastic cord.